Monday, January 18, 2021

Friday, January 8, 2021

Privacy Curtain DIY

Do you have a window or a door with a window that needs a privacy curtain? This curtain was an "Easy-Sew" project that provides privacy and blocks light as well as heat. These curtains can even reduce energy costs. Try this project with your favorite fabric, and do it with style!

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Memory Ornaments - DIY

People deal with the loss of a loved one in very different ways. When my dad passed away, I wanted to help keep his memory alive by making Memory Ornaments for our large family. Here are directions with photos for 3 ornaments that I made:  "Faux" Quilted Ornaments from Dad's Shirts, Clear Ball Memory Ornaments, and Personalized Motorcycle Ornaments. I hope that these ideas give you comfort and peace.

Saturday, January 2, 2021

Favorite Cabbage Rolls

The history of Cabbage Rolls goes way back, and several countries claim to have started this tasty main dish. There are many variations as to how to make Cabbage Rolls, and here is my own. Enjoy this family favorite with your family! It's a great dish, especially on New Year's Day!

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Christmas at Our Log Home!

I love to decorate, especially at Christmas! Each time that we have moved, it has been to a bigger home, so of course we needed more decorations. I was ready for the challenge! Many decorations are handmade, some are heirlooms, and all are special! Enjoy the self-guided tour of our Log Home in the Big Woods - all "Decked Out" for Christmas!

Friday, December 18, 2020

DIY Stable for Willow Tree Nativity Figures

Do you have a Nativity set? If so, how do you display it? I have three sets, and I love them all. Two sets have stables, and one did not. Check out the DIY of the wooden stable my husband built to display my Willow Tree figurines. He built it from scrap wood, so the cost was $0.00! Directions and photos are included in this post.

Saturday, December 12, 2020

Deer Antler Clock DIY


If you know an avid deer hunter (or are married to one), you know they have quite a collection of deer antlers. Some may be displayed on a wall, but what do they do with the rest? Here's how my husband and I created a unique wall clock from some of his antler "stash". Time to go hunting for that big rack and make a Deer Antler Clock of your own!